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Timed Trap

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Timed Trap

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PGA Guided Golf Tour to The Open 2021 Open - Royal St Georges & England
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PGA Guided Golf Tour to The Open 2021 Open - Royal St Georges & England

Moran Golf Tours is a boutique golf travel company that manages small-group golf tours that are (almost) all inclusive and guided by PGA Professionals. Moran Golf Tours is an Open Championship Authorised Provider. <br><br>Join us for our 2020 British Golf Tour to England play six of England’s spectacular Open Championship venues, from Liverpool to London, and then to Kent, before taking in the raw emotion and enthralling playmaking at The Open at Royal St Georges.<br><br>At Moran Golf Tours, we take care of all the details so you can focus on the golf, including:<br>- internal transport<br>- golf at six championship courses<br>- accommodation<br>- most meals, and<br>- PGA professional coaching.
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Carole T wrote a review Feb 2019
Blackpool, England, United Kingdom57 contributions31 helpful votes
Would have given this place zero but minimum is one star. Booked through groupon for a Saturday at 1pm. Arrived but place closed up. Tried ringing about 30 times but no answer. I had booked this for my sons birthday and was there with his school friends so quickly had to go to a trampoline park nearby. I understand sometimes things go wrong and places have to close but to not let anyone know and just leave people with wasted journeys. I have still had no explanation why they didn’t open. Groupon are still selling vouchers here so I assume they haven’t closed down. I have received a refund from Groupon so I am not out of pocket but I’d be wary booking direct with Timed Trap as it may be hard to get a refund if they decide not to open when you’ve booked for.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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John Doe wrote a review Jan 2019
Intercourse, Pennsylvania1 contribution4 helpful votes
We went to the cereal killer room a few months back, but we never got round to writing this review for we have been lazy. Our laziness is why we failed the escape room so badly. For starters, we had soup and crutons. haha just kidding, for starters the sign for the activity area was pointing in the complete opposite direction however we struggle to follow directions and ended up going to the correct place first. Sometimes your so stupid your clever. we had to walk through this intimidating place where this chappie had a mighty green bong. It was incredibly large and was the guy was sat on a couch. if you havent uderstood how large this bong was, it reached his face which is quite impressive. he must have good lung power. (the couch was actually quite nice though. not a slouchy couch. great interior design.) we then went up the wrong set of stairs because we didnt want to talk to anyone. this stairway led to this place with some pool tables and not an escape room. meaning we had to ask. Our plan of avoidence did not work and all it did was result in an even more awkward encounter. When we finally got to the place, we had to wait while they set up the rooms. Even though we booked in advance. I wont lie though, watching the people set up th room through the security camera was enjoyable. Overall the escape room was okay. We had to call for assistence multiple times and it turns out the props we were messing about with were actually part of the next clues. Also she says the end key is obvious. I repeat it is not. For the final time we calld for help, the nice lady said that we had gone over our time but she obviosuly felt sorry for us and locked us in agin. We thought we had the final code to get out however when we slid it under the door she opened it and said that we were wrong. again. Its not our fault were dumb. she then proceeded to give us the correct answer. (baring in mind we did not ask for it) The only time we get a helpful clue is when we dont ask for one. The overall experience was fun i guess but i will not be returing as the guy with the bong scared me lots. kind regards some people who dont want to say who they are because you miight be sad by what we said. xxxx
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Cat_Mac_84 wrote a review Jan 2019
Manchester5 contributions2 helpful votes
As a group we've done several of the escape rooms around the country - some more elaborate than others. This is the worst I've seen. Aside from the place being completely shut when we arrived (at the stated 15 minutes prior to escape time) and us having to wait around for someone to arrive, open up and set up the place, the girl giving the introduction gave very little to start us off and didn't really seem engaged. The place isn't the cleanest, which was the first thing to note. The toilet facilities could do with some attention. We perhaps caught them on a bad day and maybe usually these would be dealt with prior to opening but because they were running late this had been missed. The TV only played the intro as a tiny video in the top right of the screen and it played the same 30 seconds on a loop, which was a bit tiresome. There was no countdown timer, which we didn't realise immediately so we had to make a rough estimation using our phones. The puzzles themselves weren't too bad but it all just felt a little half-hearted. When we escaped we walked out to an almost-empty room, just one member of staff behind the desk. No greeting or anything. After we stood awkwardly at the desk for a bit we asked for any info about timings to be told we had about 11 mins left. After further questions on whether there was any memento "Well we can take a photo if you want". Clearly too much bother so we declined. Contrast that to every other room I've been in where a full explanation is given before commencing, time is displayed onscreen throughout or at least at regular points during the experience, you are greeted at the exit and have a photo taken (sometimes with props). I just feel that with just an ounce of enthusiasm and attention to the technical issues this would have been a much better experience. Perhaps we caught them at a bad time, but it's the only thing I can judge my experience on.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Helen G wrote a review Jan 2019
Preston, United Kingdom1 contribution1 helpful vote
Firstly the booking- we couldn't book online via the Groupon site so i tried contacting Timed trap many times by ringing, emailing and even tried sending them a Facebook message (all this over 24hours). Then finally they contacted me back (an hour before we wanted to go) and the lady was able to book us in at very short notice (which was a positive from the booking side of things). When we turned up and saw the arrow directing us to the entrance, there was a group of men sat around the door smoking which was closed so we tried another entrance (which I remember reading somewhere we had to walk through a snooker club) which wasn't the best. Then when we walked up some stairs to get to the place, the two members of staff weren't very welcoming.. not great on the customer service front! We then got taken to our room which we were doing the great escape room. The lady didn't give us a background story and when explaining what to do she didn't seem 100% sure what she was talking about. I saw a TV in the room and asked if our time will be in there she said no cos there's no signal. We did the game which was fun but there wasn't much to do, hardly no things to unlock or solve. Very disappointing. We've done many escape rooms from other companies but will definitely not be doing another at Timed trap. The only positives were the deco in the waiting area/escape room was really good, tidy looking and looked great overall. We also made the leader board which was fab! If you haven't done any other escape rooms then this would be a good starting point but if you've been to many others like me and my group then stay away don't waste your money!
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Date of experience: January 2019
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snackjacks wrote a review Jan 2019
Lancashire, United Kingdom41 contributions30 helpful votes
I have been to the Escape room on Aqueduct St and the Escape room is FAR BETTER! This is a poor quality representation of the escape room. Cheap props and no atmosphere. We will not be returning.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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